Refugees create 'new roots' in Switzerland thanks to Equiterre
A participatory urban vegetable garden was set up in the home for asylum seekers from the Tattes in Geneva under the leadership of Equiterre. The success was immediate. The vegetable garden has the threefold advantage of allowing exchanges, occupying people who are often without work and giving techniques that can be reproduced elsewhere.
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